Without a club since the end of his contract with Inter, Christian Eriksen could return to action in the UK in January.
Finally a way for Christian Eriksen? Free since the end of his contract with Inter, Dane, who suffered a heart attack during the euro, plans to start training with the top team in January. Daily Mail. Some Premier League clubs have expressed interest in attracting a Danish star. Eriksen, who was banned from playing in Italy due to his defibrillator, has not played since that horrific day on June 12.
After a series of medical tests in December, Ericsson was allowed to resume his competitive career, meaning he could sign up as a free agent for a new club, and the Daily Mail believes he is in talks with several clubs. In an interview with Sportsmail, Playmaker’s representative Martin Scootz said the rehab for him “goes very well”.
Recently, Christian Eriksen was spotted training in Switzerland. The 29-year-old also visited the OB Odense Training Center, one of his training institutes in Denmark. According to the Danish daily BT, Eriksson focused mainly on physical exercises, but not with a ball.
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